I'm giving a presentation about income recovery in times of financial disaster. I had an idea to get a bank's interest. When I passed the idea to the director, she said that the idea was not cool, that it was illegal because it was co-branding. I asked about another idea, but the director jumped immediately to the co-branding subject when I already apologized and said that the idea was no longer on the table. Now, my boss has approached me about the wayward idea (when it was only an idea - that I didn't know any better).
I made it clear that I won't proceed with the idea because I now know it's illegal.
How can I get the office to nip the conversation because it's dead? (It keeps to continue echoing around).
Answer by Mom-2-3-Girlz at 1:27 PM on Mar. 23, 2011
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